After your dog's surgical procedure, you can play an important role in helping them to fully recover. Proper post-op care is essential to help them get back to their daily life as soon as possible. Today, our Newtown vets share some advice on caring for your dog after surgery.
From toys to grass, feces, and roadkill... some dogs will eat anything. If your dog eats things they shouldn't, there may be a good reason to be concerned. Today our Newtown vets look at why some dogs eat inappropriate things and provide tips on how to stop this problematic behavior.
A dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), often called their ACL or 'cruciate', is the connective tissue that joins the shin bone to the thigh bone and can become painfully injured or torn. Today, our Newtown vets explain some of the surgeries used to treat a torn ACL in dogs.
Leptospirosis is a disease found in a wide variety of places all over the world, and although typically seen in dogs it can also be transmitted to their loving owners. Our Newtown vets are here to discuss the symptoms of leptospirosis, and tips to protect your pet.
Our Newtown Veterinary Specialists vets see their fair share of dogs with yeast dermatitis, which causes skin that is irritated, itchy, or flaky. Learn more from our Newtown vets about the signs, causes and treatments for yeast infections in dogs.
If you've noticed changes in your dog's skin's color and texture, this may be a case of hyperpigmentation. While it is not a disease, it can be indicative of certain conditions. Learn more in today's blog as our vets talk about symptoms, causes, and treatments for hyperpigmentation in dogs.
Like their humans, cats can experience the discomfort of itchy and irritating skin allergies. If your cat is itching and scratching uncontrollably, it's time for a trip to the vet. Today, our Newtown vets explain the causes of cat skin allergies and what you can do to help your cat feel better.